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Weaker pulp markets have resulted in lower wood chip and pulplogs prices worldwide

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Weaker pulp markets have resulted in lower wood chip and pulplogs prices worldwide, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly

Wood fiber costs, which can account for up to 70 percent of the production costs for a pulpmill, fell in many markets during the 1Q/12, according to the Wood Resource Quarterly. The biggest declines were seen in Western Canada, Europe and Brazil, while Chile, Australia and New Zealand experienced some minor price increases for pulplogs and chips during the quarter. 

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